Good Time Fest, the pinnacle of black-owned music festivals in the U.S., is gearing up to rock the heart of Inglewood over Memorial Day weekend from May 24th to 26th.

This explosive celebration of 90's R&B and hip-hop is slated to take place at the iconic Hollywood Park Casino, promising three electrifying days filled with music, laughter, and community spirit.

Leading the charge at the festival's comedy show on Sunday, May 26th, is none other than the legendary comedian Mike Epps. Renowned for his magnetic stage presence and contagious humor, Epps is set to deliver an uproarious performance that will leave audiences in stitches.

But the laughter doesn't stop there. Joining Epps on the main stage is a roster of musical icons ready to ignite the crowd with their timeless hits. From the smooth stylings of Mr. Cheeks and the sultry vocals of Adina Howard to the soulful sounds of H-Town and the lyrical prowess of Grand Puba, the lineup is stacked with talent. And let's not forget about the underground legends like Lords of the Underground and The Baka Boyz, who are sure to bring the house down with their unforgettable performances.

Adding to the festival's allure are the rising stars of the local scene, including the enchanting Amber Navran of Moonchild, the soulful songstress Gwen Bunn, and the dynamic India Shawn. Their fresh sounds and undeniable talent promise to captivate audiences and elevate the musical experience to new heights.

“It’s exciting to share the music and memories of our childhood at Good Time Fest," said Doc Clarke, Co-Founder of the festival. "With performances by Mike Epps, Soul For Real, Adina Howard, and more, this festival promises to provide a nostalgic journey unlike any other, bridging generations through the timeless sounds of 90's R&B and hip-hop.

But Good Time Fest isn't just about the music and laughter; it's about community. The festival proudly supports families of fallen heroes, local businesses, visual artists, and community-based organizations, embodying its commitment to the cultural enrichment and economic development of the Inglewood community.

From traditional games like jacks and hopscotch to delectable food, unique vendors, and immersive gaming experiences from the 90s, there's something for everyone at Good Time Fest. So gather your crew, grab your tickets, and prepare for a weekend of laughter, entertainment, and unforgettable memories.

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